Grateful Dead Live at McNichols Sports Arena on 1992-12-03
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Neumann KM 140's > DAT > CDR; via Raoul Duke; Seeded to etree by Matt Vernon
- 2004-04-28 14:54:48
- Neumann KM 140's > DAT > CDR
- Denver, CO
- Audience Recording
- Taped by
- McNichols Sports Arena
Subject: Lookin' Back
Subject: The other post of this is better
Subject: End of the road
Both nights had the same highlight for me.... the encores... and that's nothing to brag about. Rain was a great surprise and I hadn't heard Gloria since Richmond '85. This was also the first time I ever thought to myself "what the hell is this crap" when they played Corrina. Then I remembered old timers who used to cut down Throwing Stones, Esau, etc back when I jumped on the bus in '83 and I had to laugh. It's like the first time you hear yourself sounding like your dad---embarassing and humbling at the same instant. I walked out that night and moved on because I knew it was time. No hard feelings, no regrets... I can't think of a better way to have spent so much energy and time night after night other than seeing this band and blissing out with the faithful.
Subject: Bring on the storm
It was definitely worth the perilous drive back home through the blizzard and worth another listen now.
A blizzard moved into Denver durring this show creating a surprise for us all afterward.
Could somebody share the soundboard of this one!
I know its out there.
Subject: Great Show
Subject: LAst show
I don;t remember much about set 1.
Set 2 whips ass. The entire set - get it.
This definitely seems to be FOB. I helped make an FOB this night with B&K 4011. I'm just listening, and the sound is great, although it appears taper had to hide mics in the middle of the playin' jam, and also I can occassionally hear beels on someone's ankles. SUch are the joys of FOB.
At any rate - this is one of those sets that I had chills, and the hair on my neck rose. I left the arena with that well medicated feeling, not having any idea it was over for me, and that I'd never get that feeling again.
Subject: Well, this was THE night...
For set one, I was 25 rows, right center; for the second set, 9th row, right. It was one of those shows... what can you say? By the time we made it to Gloria, it was a hymn, and you were ready to give up smoking and change your religion.
I have only run through the tape once, and certainly not at a high enough volume, but this is a very nice audience tape. I think they really got the space well,the tape changes are clean, and the sound is good.
I don't know about anyone else, but no one in my group was in any shape to do anything that required, um, THINKING, so I am proud of this taper ;-) Also, it was after this that all those Grateful Moose things started happening...
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